Asus Eee PC 1201N HDMI Audio Driver
Asus Eee PC n: A Netbook for Videophiles is built into the right side, as are analog audio in/out and a multiformat flash memory reader. There is no problem with the HDMI cable or TV as my wifes laptop plays I have the computer connected to an AV Receiver that in turn is Missing: N. Products certified by the Federal Communications Commission and Industry Canada will be distributed in the United States and Canada. Please visit the ASUS.
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Asus Eee PC 1201N HDMI Audio Driver
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It's hard to get a feel for the edges, and the small chromed plastic button-bar beneath is of the rocker type, meaning you'll have to press clearly on the far left or right for the best click. In a heads-up battle with the Lenovo IdeaPad S12, we still prefer Lenovo's superior keyboard and touch pad.
The N has an Nvidia Ion graphics processor, and we'd expect a good screen and speakers to come with a Netbook bearing that package. The colors and brightness are sharp and crisp, not as strong to our eyes as the Lenovo screens, but better than average.
The speakers on the N, embedded below the base, have ample volume and are good enough to enjoy videos without plugging in headphones. Above the screen is a 0.
The included Cyberlink YouCam software part of an Asus suite of odd mini-tools and "fun" apps gave nice results in still shots and videos. Horizontal viewing angles were better; staying visible until roughly 60 degrees where the reflections on the screen start to overpower what is being displayed.
Peak backlight brightness was fine for viewing in bright office conditions, but only when the brightness was set to percent. Outdoor viewing was close to impossible unless you were in some serious shade from a tree or other structure.
The onboard speakers were lap-firing and sounded very tinny. The speakers had no low frequency response and just a small hint of midrange. This is fine for listening to streaming music or watching a YouTube clip, but not for sharing a movie in a small room.
The speaker orientation did cause some problems if you had the system laying on a bed or sitting on your lap. It was easy to partially obstruct the Asus Eee PC 1201N HDMI Audio which would make them sound muffled. Keyboard and Touchpad The nearly full-size keyboard on the N is very comfortable to type although it still has a learning curve compared to regular sized notebooks.
Normally I have my pinky sitting towards the outer edge of the keyboard, which is fine for most notebooks. On netbooks this puts my finger directly over the Up arrow.
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The keyboard looks and feels very well built. The keys are designed with a rough matte finish on top which helps increase fingertip traction.
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Individual key action was smooth, giving off a quiet Asus Eee PC 1201N HDMI Audio click when pressed. The touchpad on the N is a Synaptics model with great sensitivity and speed. Right out of the box we did notice a slight traction problem where it was hard to slide your finger across the surface smoothly, but this could have been caused by lack of oil and residue the multi-touch sticker covering the touchpad.
ASUS uses a glossy surface with small raised bumps for most of their newer netbooks and it takes a few hours of use before the surface builds up enough oil to easily slide your finger around. We had no trouble at all drawing perfect circles on the screen or quickly popping the mouse to opposite corners of the display.
The N offers two-finger scrolling, rotating, and pinch zoom, as well as three-finger flick and three-finger down.